Trump Attacks Biden’s in Minnesota Calling Hunter a “Loser” and Joe “Stupid”
President Trump had to overcome a lot of adversity to get on to the stage Thursday night in Minneapolis but once he did, he did not disappoint. In a blistering 102-minute speech the president took on a wide range of topics from negotiations with China, to the 2020 election, to his vocal critic, Congresswoman Ilhan Omar. The crowd that packed the Target Center, which fits around 20,000 people, ate it up.
A GREAT evening in Minneapolis, Minnesota with incredible American Patriots. THANK YOU! https://t.co/b3UQEo0wPq— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 11, 2019
The President saved his most biting remarks of the evening for former Vice President Joe Biden and his scandalous son, Hunter. When describing his political rival who may have been involved in his son’s shady business dealings in the Ukraine, Trump said of the former Senator that he, “was never considered smart. He was never considered a good senator,” the President continued, “He was only a good Vice President because he understood how to kiss Barack Obama’s ass!”
As for his son Hunter, President Trump summed him up saying, “Hunter, you are a loser, why did you get $1.5 billion?” He continued by describing the privileged son’s career and asking where he has been during this scandal. The President noted, “Joe’s son Hunter got thrown out of the Navy and became a genius on Wall Street in two days. Whatever happened to Hunter, where the hell is he? Where is Hunter? Fellows, I have an idea for a new t-shirt? I love the cops, but let’s do another t-shirt. Where is Hunter? Where is he?”
Ever the marketing genius, the Trump campaign had “Where’s Hunter?” t-shirts available for sale right after the President’s remarks.
Get your Where’s Hunter t-shirt NOW!— Brad Parscale (@parscale) October 11, 2019
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The crowd, which chanted “lock him up!” over the course of the night, was warmed up by the President’s son, Eric Trump. The President’s speech was interrupted six times by protesters and there were many more gathered outside the Target Center.